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Africa In The City – Rwanda, 20 Years After Genocide

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It's been 20 years since the Rwandan Genocide and on this episode of Africa In The City, Tracy travels to Kigali, Rwanda's capital to find out just how Rwandans have moved on since the deadly violence that claimed the...

“No Room For Gay Africans” – Africa In The City

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It's hard being gay in Africa and in this episode of "Africa In The City", Tracy of SaharaTV finds out just how hard it is to be a gay African through hanging out with 27-year-old, Michael Ighodaro, a Nigerian Gay man...

Africa In The City – “No Taxi For Black Man”

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This week on Africa in the City, we take a ride with an African Taxi driver and discover the truth about why black folks in New York City struggle with picking up a Taxi.

Africa In The City – “Back To My Roots” Pt.1

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Tracy has always had a strong attraction to African culture. On this episode of "Africa In The City" she sets out to discover her african ancestry and is surprised at the results. Using New York City's Harlem neigh...

“Police Brutality, An African Immigrant Story” – Africa In The City

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On this episode of Africa In The City, Tracy delves into the reoccurring issue of police brutality. She revisits the death of Mohamed Bah, by NYPD on the night of September 25th, 2012. Bah and his family migrated to A...

Africa In The City: Eating African Food In Little Senegal, NYC

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On this episode of Africa In The City, Tracy explores the various types of African food in New York City's popular Little Senegal neighborhood in Harlem. See what she finds! FOLLOW THE SHOW! FACEBOOK: www.Facebook.c...

Africa In The City: Afrobeat Is Here To Stay – Seun Kuti

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Afrobeat, a music genre created during Africa's post colonial years is still having significant impact today, thanks to the genre's leading pioneer, Seun Kuti. In celebration of Black Music Month, Tracy goes behind th...

Africa in the City “Black Hair Matters”

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What does your hair mean to you? On this episode of Africa In The City, we talk about black hair and all of the many different choices black women have in styling their hair.

Africa In The City- “Back To My Roots” Pt. 2

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In Part 1 of “Back To My Roots” Tracy started the process of discovering where her African ancestry originates from in Africa. Tracy’s  quest  stemmed from a street protest in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood he...

The African Knock off Hustle – The Industry Of Selling Fake Designer Products In NYC

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This week on Africa In The City, we search the city for a fake designer handbag and get an up close look into the industry of selling fake designer products in New York City.

Africa In The City: Rights, Religion And Racism – Brazil Edition

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On this episode of Africa In The City, Tracy travels to Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro to explore what it means to be black in the country today. Although more and more Brazilians are identifying as black or Afro-Brazilian t...

Africa In The City: Tribal Marks – A Dying Tradition, Reinvented

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On this episode of Africa In The City, Tracy explores scarification through scarification muse, Laurence Moniasse. She then goes on a hunt throughout New York City to explore the roots of scarification - Tribal Marks.

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